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Reviews of Books with 136 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 136 pages.

Book Review

Looking Out from the Inside

by Lillian Brown

"Looking Out from the Inside" is a diverse collection of poems that meditate on intriguing, universal themes. Eleanor Di Blasio’s "Looking Out from the Inside" is an enriching collection of poems that touches on a wealth of human... Read More

Book Review

Bark

by Matt Sutherland

Back again to the ongoing attempt to wrap one’s brain around the unwrappable, the unbrainable evil that was the Holocaust. This time in the guise of a tiny book of photos and reflections on Auschwitz-Birkenau. Birken, German for birch,... Read More

Book Review

Rowing Inland

by Matt Sutherland

Dipped in acetate, these poems strip Detroit of any pretense and offer a flawless lesson in descriptive concision. But Rowing Inland delights because of Jim Daniels’s storytelling skills—a chronicle of incidents and anecdotes... Read More

Book Review

Glenn Gould

by Peter Dabbene

Glenn Gould was a fascinating figure—mysterious and eccentric, yet undeniably gifted, and connected to the music he played in a way unlike most musicians. Sandrine Revel’s challenge, in her book Glenn Gould: A Life Off Tempo, is to... Read More

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